Astronomers relying on dense radio signals using various wavelengths place the galactic center at Sagittarius A, the region of a believed super massive black hole. Right now our Sun is tracking close to Sag A in our sky throughout the day (not quite overlapping), Sag A just below the sun. Sag A is rising just a bit before Sunrise and just a pinch to the right further south of the sunrise in the south east. See 1st image. If you can make out the screen shoots below, our solar system's ecliptic plane is the yellow line (see Venus, Mercury, Jupiter & Mars) The ecliptic plane of our galaxy is the light blue line; we are not coplanar. Check out the faint crosshairs on Sag A on the horizon just to the right of the Sun. This is Sag A's position at sunrise. Below: The 2nd image is mid-day position The 3rd image is sunset position Mid-day ~ 1:00PM. Follow the blue line below area of Sun actually most directly below Saturn. See Sag A in the dust? So at times we have a Sun-Venus-Saturn-Galactic center alignment. Suppose one could follow the paths through the whole to see when they are grouped nearest alignment; maybe not. Sunset: Sgr A is right on the horizon with the Sun, Saturn and Venus right behind.